Short Calendar is simple to use. Visit the site, set the calendar for as many days in the future as you need (from one to five), and then start filling in the days with the agenda items for each day. When you’re all finished, just put in your email address, the addresses of the people you want to send the calendar to, and click send. If you don’t want to give out your email address or the addresses of your friends or coworkers (although they don’t save addresses), you can copy the whole calendar to your clipboard and email it yourself.
Whether you're headed back to school this fall or you just want a better way to keep your notes, memos, and other tidbits of information organized, you have a number of applications to choose from. Some of them just help you get your thoughts down quickly, others sync with online services that organize your notes for you. Here are, based on your nominations, the top five apps or services for the job.
If you were hit by a bus today or were otherwise incapacitated, would your loved ones be able to quickly locate your important information or know how to handle your affairs? Many of us have a great handle on our finances, but our record keeping systems might not be obvious to family members or friends who might need immediate access to them in times of emergency. Here’s a step-by-step guide to organizing your vital information so it can be conveniently and safely accessed when needed.